I’m sorry you are going through this. I just lost my dad in December 2017 to vascular
Dementia and other health complications. It is very hard to go through. It sounds like he is being taken
Well care of and has family near by.
What helped me in the past years was my dad was always a family person, worked 2 jobs, and always tried to be there for us as we grew up. We had 8 kids in the family. I tried to talk about all the “ good ole days”
And times I knew he would remember. Long term memory is easier for them to grasp I was told. It was by no means easy, but hearing his “stories” made me appreciate all he had done for our family.
When he stopped talking, I talked about what was going on each day. He loved to hear about golf (he was a
golf lover at an early age) , my family, what the other patients were doing down the hall ( he too needed
Nursing home care after not being safe in my home after 18 years of living there). I knew he could hear it all.
Spend what you can with your dad now.
Wishing you peace.